D.O.: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2002-2006
Internship: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (Ob/Gyn) 2006-2007
Residency: Emergency Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 2007-2010
Fellowship: Faculty Development, Wright State University, 2010-2011
M.Ed.: Wright State University, Master of Educational Technology (Health Professions Application), 2016
B.S.: John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH (Neuroscience)
Stacey Poznanski, D.O., M.Ed. is an Associate Professor and Clerkship Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine (EM) at Wright State University (WSU) Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, OH. Dr. Poznanski has been extensively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, introducing modern educational philosophies and techniques into the curriculum. From 2014-2017 she served as Chair of the Biennium II sub-committee, co-chair or the Advanced Doctoring Phase committee, and has been a member of the Wright Curriculum Steering committee since its inception. On a national level, Dr. Poznanski has been actively involved, having served on the executive boards of two academies of the Society for Academic EM: Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM) and the Academy for Academic Women in EM (AWAEM). Her work through CDEM has included Member-At-Large board position as well as a position on the editorial board for the national EM Clerkship Curriculum. In addition to her work in education, she is dedicated to the missions of AWAEM and to the academic success of women in EM. She was on the AWAEM Board from 2010-2017, received the AWAEM Momentum Award in 2013, and served as President of AWAEM in 2015-16.
Dr. Poznanski completed a residency in EM at the University of Wisconsin and an Academic Fellowship in the Department of EM at Wright State University. Most recently, through the Department of Education at Wright State, she earned a Masters of Educational Technology in Health Professions, receiving the Graduate Student Excellence award.
Curricular reform, presentation design for medical educators, faculty development, the promotion of women in medicine, and gender-specific medicine
Poznanski, SL. Emergency Medicine Bedside Assessment Course: An Evidence-Based and Streamlined Guide to Physical Examination in the Emergency Department. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2011 58: S336-337.
Hiller K, Miller E, Lawson, L, Wald D, Beeson M, Heitz C, Morrissey T, House J, Poznanski S. Correlation of the NBME Advanced Clinical Examination in Emergency Medicine and the National Emergency Medicine M4 Exams. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol 2 6, No. 1. pp 138-142, 2015.
Wolff M, Wagner MJ, Poznanski S, Schiller J, Santen S. Not Another Boring Lecture: Engaging Learners with Active Learning Techniques. The Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 85–93, 2015.
Ko PY, Bernard AW, Poznanski SL, Cooney R, Khandelwal S, Lin M. Journal Watch From ACE (Alliance for Clinical Education): Annual Review of Medical Education Articles in Emergency Medicine, 2010–2011. Teaching and Learning in Medicine: An International Journal, 2013; 25:2, 178-182. PMID 23530682.
McGregor AJ, Greenberg M, Safdar B, Seigel, T, Hendrickson R, Poznanski S, Davenport M, Miner J, Choo EK. Focusing a Gender Lens on Emergency Medicine Research – 2012 Update. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2013; 20: 313-320. PMID 23517266.
McGregor AJ, Greenberg M, Safdar B, Seigel, T, Hendrickson R, Poznanski S, Davenport M, Miner J, Choo EK. Gender-Specific Emergency Medicine. A Pecha Kucha Style Presentation. Peer-Reviewed Lecture. Academic Emergency Medicine. Accepted-In Revision. July 2012
Poznanski SL, Doyle GS. Tibio-Fibular Joint Dislocation. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, July 2010.
DeKonick T, Hakkila B, Poznanski SL (in press). Gestational Trophoblastic Disease. In Dobiesz V and Kerrigan K (Eds), Management of Emergency Medicine Obstetrics.
Poznanski SL. (2017). Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. In Cydulka, RK, Cline, DM and Ma, OJ (Eds.), Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.
Poznanski SL, Cydulka R (2016). Pulmonary Disease. In McGregor A, Choo E and Becker B (Eds.), Gender and Sex in Acute Care Medicine: Principles and Practice. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Tudor G, Holt Z, Poznanski S (2016). Approach to the Undifferentiated Patient. In Carter K, Poznanski S, Askew K, Tews M, Patwari R (Eds.), CDEM Curriculum: National, Peer-Reviewed Online Medical Student Curriculum in Emergency Medicine. Available at www.cdemclerkship.org.
Poznanski SL, Svenson JE (2012). Hip Fractures. In Shah K, Lewiss R, Sault T, (Eds.), Essential Emergency Imaging. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.
June 2016. “The FemInEM Story.” SMACC – Social Media and Critical Care, Dublin, Ireland.
May 2014. “Faculty Teaching Rounds, Panel Discussion.” The International Emergency Medicine Teaching Course, Baltimore, MD,
May 2014. “Resuscitating Your PowerPoint Slides, a Workshop.” The International Emergency Medicine Teaching Course, Baltimore, MD.
October 2013. “Resuscitating Your PowerPoint Slides, a Workshop.” The International Emergency Medicine Teaching Course, Baltimore, MD.
May 2016. “Navigating the Academic Ranks.” Panelist, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
March 2016. “From Bullets to Brilliance – Designing Slides Like a Pro.” Co-speaker, Council of Residency Directors EM Academic Assembly, Nashville, TN.
May 2015. “Emergency Medicine Queries: An Authentic Learning Approach to Emergency Medicine Graduate Medical Education.”
May 2014. “Moving Beyond Publish or Perish: The Ins and Outs of an Academic Career.” Panelist, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.
March 2014. “Assessment for Competency.” Co-speaker, Council of Residency Directors EM Academic Assembly, New Orleans, LA.
March 2014. “Presentation Design Bootcamp.” Leader, Council of Residency Directors EM Academic Assembly, New Orleans, LA
March 2014. “Back to School: The Role of Fellowships and Advanced Degrees.” Panelist, Council of Residency Directors EM Academic Assembly, New Orleans, LA.
February 2014. “Presentation Design for Medical Educators: A Missing Piece of Faculty Development.” Co-Speaker, ACGME Annual Educational Conference, National Harbor, MD.
2013. “Presentation Design for Medical Educators: Resuscitate Your Slides.” University of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Madison, WI.
2013. “Not Another Boring Lecture: Five Ways to Spice Up Your Didactics.” Co-speaker, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
2013. “From a Fire Hose to a Water Fountain: Using Milestones for Shift Evaluations.” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
2013. “From a Fire Hose to a Water Fountain: Using Milestones for Shift Evaluations.” Council of Residency Directors EM Academic Assembly, Denver, CO.
2012. “2012 Updates in Gender Specific Care.” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
2009. “Acute Knee Pain.” Poster. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Phoenix, AZ.
2013. AAMC: Central Group on Education Affairs, Cincinnati, OH. Oral Didactic. Not Another Boring Lecture: Five Ways to Spice Up Your Didactics.
Mid-Career Women Faculty, AAMC Professional Development Seminar (Nominated & Selected to Attend) 2016
Alpha Omega Alpha, Faculty Initiation, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 2016
Graduate Student Excellence Award, Wright State University Department of Education 2016
Excellence in Medical Education Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine 2015
Faculty Hero in Emergency Medicine Academic Life in Emergency Medicine 2013
Momentum Award Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine 2013
Early Career Women Faculty American Association of Medical Colleges 2013